Colour Collection

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Monterey

This muted blue with a touch of grey is a love letter to the chic coastal California locale and its natural beauty. It’s complex enough to make a statement on its own or paired with a neutral palette.

Night Swim

This nearly-black shade is our deepest, darkest blue. Named for the colour of the lake after midnight, it’s perfect for creating contrast and setting the mood.

Oyster Bar

This beige is anything but basic. With an unexpected soft pink tint, it resembles the inside of an oyster. Delicate and natural, it’s a lovely choice to bring depth and complexity to any project.

Palm Springs Pink

A nouveau rosey hue that’s decidedly crisp and clean. With an unexpected midtone complexity, this shade is both soft and punchy.

Poolside

This bold blue captures the ever-changing colours of a sunlit pool on a summer afternoon. It’s bold yet calm and playful.

Sea Glass

A harmonious blue green palette inspired by the treasures found in tumbled waves along the shoreline on a hot summer’s day. The balance of warm and cool undertones works so beautifully in almost any room in the home.

Silver Screen

A nostalgic neutral taken from the most classic Hollywood films, made memorable with a contemporary take on a warm grey.

Skinny Jeans

Like your favourite pair of skinny jeans, this is a perfectly worn-in wash of blue. It’s light enough to act as a neutral and cool enough to complement any colour scheme.

Terrarium

A muted green inspired by the hues found in a beautiful terrarium garden. Saturated and cool with a hint of blue, this full-of-life shade holds a natural elegance.

Toasted Coconut

Like a fluffy slice of coconut cake, this rich off-white offers a slightly warm undertone to complement any look.

Velvet Palm

A saturated green designed to bring a bit of natural vibe to any space. With a hint of cloudy grey, it’s dreamy and plush.

Vintage Laurel

This neutral green exudes both elegance and serenity. It’s earthy enough to create a sense of comfort, but muted enough to work with an array of design schemes.

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